While the playoffs are still in full swing, the offseason is approaching rapidly as well.
In fact, by looking at the recent slew of signings across the league — for which you will find the stories below — it is clear that many teams are gearing up for the busy summer period.
Interestingly, the Anaheim Ducks signed Swedish standout netminder Viktor Fasth, who was Sweden's starter at the recent World Championships.
With that in mind, one AM question for you: are there are any players who participated in the last World Championships you would like to see the Habs sign?
For my money, Norwegian defender Jonas Holos and Latvian forward Miks Indrasis would not be horrible choices. If nothing else, such players could serve to replenish the Bulldogs' depth.
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